Auberge de la Quatr'Heurie
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After a small blip, of Peter having a grumpy day and finally admitting to being a little bit over it and feeling homesick, we are back on track. I feel guilty as he has been doing all the driving but I have offered to try. All too quickly he said no, I think the thought of me driving Frankie was an even scarier prospect.
We made our way down France to the ...
We left Dijon at 8.30am, heading towards the Maconnais and the Beaujolais. Seeing the beautiful tree lined streets, as we past a tree lopper that was trimming them so they did not hang over the road, I recalled a story told by Jean-Paul when we were in Troyes. Every Saturday night the plane trees which lined the streets had a very strange habit of leaning into and crashing into ...
... some parts of the au gratin potatoes and the sausage stuffing for the pork, stuffing the pork and best of all assisting Vicki in mixing up a delicious brownie desert. We did all this early afternoon to the tunes of golden oldies from the 60’s and 70’s with a glass of wine as a “culinary mood altering agent”. ...
... the lock, and that starts the gates closing and water coming in or going out.
All the locks on the Rhone or Rhin also have a water filing and emptying system that pushes water into the canal from the side as the lock is filling or emptying. I did not manage in 2 or 3 tries to ever get it so I could make enough allowances for the water current to be able to get into a lock sanely! I gave up after the 3rd and just did ...
... Hat Tours (www.hat-tours.com). The cycling guide and the man and wife barge crew were Dutch. Our fellow tour-ists were a multi-national selection from Australia, Holland, Belgium, Italy, Canada and several New Zealanders.
Why visit Burgundy? These days it is probably best known as the home of the Côte d'Or and other wine growing areas, the huge variety of mustard manufactured around Dijon, and as a supplier of fine cheeses and other agricultural produce. Situated in east ...